Perhaps that's just because I'm in my twenties, and blunt sexual content and excessive technology use are a large percentage of my life. However, I would say that all of these changes are understandable when making a two hour movie. There's a certain amount of context and motive behind characters' actions that can get glossed over in a movie if there's no narration, but it was too inconsistent in this case. Just don't bring your kids or your parents.
I think the major issue with the movie is that people are focusing on the wrong parts of it. Just don't bring your kids or your parents. The directing and acting are great, and I have zero complaints in this department. There were segments of the story that would have benefited from a little more time spent on them for clarity. But that's because it's not taking any sides, it's just showing how things are. Body image issues aren't new. If you liked the book, you will like the movie. The narration seems to be a sore subject among the other reviews I've read, and I have to say I have mixed feelings. If you go in to this movie expecting an interesting story, rather than an editorial about technology, you'll probably enjoy it. Questionable parenting isn't new. I do have a few complaints, starting with some parts of the plot seem like they would be hard to follow if you haven't read the book. Some characters were cut, some stories were shortened and rearranged, and the ending is somewhat less dark. I like the idea of narration in a book-turned-movie. I am a fan of long movies, and understand that a lot of people are not, but I think an extra 15 minutes could have made a big difference. I won't go too in depth into the differences between the book and the movie. However, I would say that all of these changes are understandable when making a two hour movie. Sexual frustration isn't new. The soul of the book is still there though. People are looking to MWC as a comment on technology in modern life, and finding it wishy- washy. This movie is about growing up, relationships, and miscommunication. It either needed more narration, or it needed to be limited to just the intro and outro. Perhaps that's just because I'm in my twenties, and blunt sexual content and excessive technology use are a large percentage of my life. There's a certain amount of context and motive behind characters' actions that can get glossed over in a movie if there's no narration, but it was too inconsistent in this case. Everyone wants to talk about the blunt sexual content, and the excessive use of technology in the movie. Was this review helpful to you? The movie shows technology not as a cause or effect of any of these things, but as being intertwined with them the exact way technology is intertwined with modern life.
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